The Summit starts recruiting for seasonal positions in September each year. As we get closer to fall, more and more jobs get posted to our listings page. Click the link below to see all our currently available positions.
To apply for a particular job opening, click the link above then choose 'Summit at Snoqualmie' as the resort in the search tool. Once you've found the position you're interested in, click the job title and read the job description carefully, then click 'apply for this job online' to start the application process. If you're not sure what position is best for you, please submit your resume for general consideration via the link above. Interested in a specific job that isn't yet available? You can setup email alerts to notify you when new jobs become available.
I-9 documention is required for all employees.
We need to see original documents from all employees - even return hires. The most common documents for proving eligibility are:
OR a combination of:
You must submit valid document(s) in person before you can start work.
Transportation is not provided by The Summit at Snoqualmie, however, we do have an inter-area shuttle system for travel between base areas and some key additional shuttle stops.
We like to remind all employees that working at The Summit means Winter Travel:
Training is provided and required for all positions. Training sessions are paid and are organized by Human Resources and your department's manager.
In the end, it's all about working hard to play hard! We all love the mountains for one reason or another, working at The Summit is part of that passion.
The most important part of your uniform is your charisma! While we expect all employees to be dressed to summit standards, your friendly smile, body language and attitude really are what make the difference at the mountain. Take pride in representing The Summit and not only will our guests see and feel the difference, but your boss will too!
We appreciate individuality, but we require that tattoos be covered, certain piercings are not acceptable (see handbook), smoking in uniform is not allowed, and if you're working a uniform is required.
The Summit at Snoqualmie employee handbook covers rules and guidelines for all employees, including the topics mentioned above. Printed employee handbooks are given to staff at orientation in the fall. If you need to view the handbook in digital format, download the PDF.